Tracey Ross

“For me, it’s how a place makes me feel when I’m walking and sketching,” says Tracey. “I feel a spiritual connection calling me to sense the light and atmosphere of a place. It’s the role of the artist to highlight what’s around us, so allowing others to discover it for themselves.”

Sketching and experimenting with different kinds of  media helps Tracey keep her work fresh, as she uses her sketchbooks as a record to capture the drama and beauty of what she experiences at a given moment.
Tracey Ross studied Textile Design and then completed a Visual Studies degree at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA). As a member of the Norwich 20 Group she regularly participates in the annual Norfolk Open Studios. Tracey was shortlisted for the National Open Art Competition, was a finalist for the Royal Society of Marine Artists (RSMA) and the Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) at the Mall Galleries. Her work is held in private collections and galleries in the UK.